Frequently Asked Questions

  1. How can a loving God allow children to suffer?

    Well, at the outset I must state that I’m an AUD Christian, which means I study the Bible from the vantage point of the Age of Utter Defenselessness. You can read my philosophical analysis in the Futurist Series.

    At present, the Anonymity Biosphere (AB) solution is the best choice to deal with the Free Crown Point (FCP) problem. However, it’s not perfect; it has some definite drawbacks, such as ‘interim’ suffering, anachronisticisms, etc. Unfortunately, all the alternative options are far worse.

    If you know of a better remedy, please e-mail it to me for publication.

  2. Why won’t God heal amputees?

    Same answer as above.

  3. Why does God demand the death of so many innocent people in the Bible?

    Same answer as above.

  4. Why are there so many starving people in our world?

    Same answer as above.

  5. Why does the Bible contain so much anti-scientific nonsense?

    Same answer as above.

  6. Why is God such a huge proponent of slavery in the Bible?

    Same answer as above.

  7. Why do bad things happen to good people?

    Same answer as above.

  8. Why didn’t any of Jesus’ miracles in the Bible leave behind any evidence?

    Same answer as above.

  9. How do we explain the fact that Jesus has never appeared to you?

    Same answer as above.

  10. Why would Jesus want you to eat his body and drink his blood?

    When one is enamoured with angelic love towards those who are like-minded, it can take on all the hallmarks of true oneness, including assimilation, absorption and virtual ingestion. After all, angelic love might be bottomless, along with our consciousness.

    Jesus is merely indicating to his evaluees that such sentiments are permitted. This attribute is the cohesive glue which allows any free civilization to thrive and prosper beyond it’s Free Crown Point, which would include Heaven. Read the Quintessence of Christianity page for more information.

  11. Why do Christians get divorced at the same rate as non-Christians?

    Not all those who profess Christianity are truly Christian. There are three verses of importance regarding this issue.

    Jesus said in Matthew 7:13-14, “Enter through the narrow gate; for the gate is wide and the way is broad that leads to destruction, and there are many who enter through it. For the gate is small and the way is narrow that leads to life, and there are few who find it.”

    Also in Matthew 7:21, “Not everyone who says to Me, ‘Lord, Lord,’ will enter the kingdom of heaven, but he who does the will of My Father who is in heaven.”

    ...and what is the will of the Father?

    Jesus said in John 13:35, “By this all men will know that you are My disciples, if you have love for one another.”

    Most church members today don’t even trust one another with their paltry PIN numbers, so why would they trust each other with their freedom in a Free Crown environment, surrounded by enslavement-ready technologies? Bottom line, when God uses the word ‘Love’ he’s not joking; accepting anything less would be tantamount to unrelenting serfdom or something even worse.

  12. Your philosophical views in the Futurist Series might be rational, but they’re too sobering, scary and depressing for me to accept.

    Thank you for your honesty. I would agree that some of my ideas are very sobering, but these are the cards before us and we have to play them the best way we can. My role as a philosopher is to fearlessly provide solutions and options, no matter how unpleasant the circumstances and repercussions might be. I have not been given the luxury of choosing the fiery dragons which appear on the road to ultimate relevance; they are what they are.

    Moreover, the future is not discouraging to any true Christian, because we believe a delicious life of angelic love awaits us all in Heaven—where the Age of Utter Defenselessness (AUD) is inconsequential. As such, it should come as no surprise that a Christian philosopher would be the first to impart these Free Crown Point (FCP) solutions, since we are the least apprehensive to accept them.

Questions and Answers

Questions and Answers